NASA Launch Party
The Launch Party is Saturday,
May 10, 2014 10am
CAN YOU BUILD A HURRICANE RESISTANT TOWER OR CREATE A LANDSLIDE?
On February 27, 2014, NASA and JAXA (The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency) launched the Global Precipitation Measurement Core Observatory. The satellite will link a constellation of international satellites and provide more accurate precipitation and climate data. Come learn about the mission from GPM Master Teacher Nancy Gifford during our Rain EnGauge event. The presentation will begin with an overview of the mission with time for questions and answers. Then participants will engage in hands-on activities on the water cycle and the mission:
- Investigate the NASA Space Mission!
- Discover how the GPM can see inside storms!
- Measure the effects of rain in your community!
~ The activities will be appropriate for people of all ages ~
Explore STEM careers that might interest you!
Celebrate with cake and interactive experiential learning for all ages!